Dead Winter Carpenters
Cisco Grove CA
Promotions By: Big Tree Productions / Brent Dana
Recorded By: RasBobre
Mixed By: John Dean / Cerberus Sounds Inc.
Source 1: Audio Technics AT853, Approx. 8 feet high located at SBD, 60 ft from stage
Source 2: Soundboard
AT853>SBD>Zoom Handy H6>Audacity
Not suitable for CD burning.
An intimate family, community, arts & music festival held high in the stunning Sierra's at the Cisco Grove Campgrounds providing one of the most beautiful settings in California has to offer and an amazing place to listen to a perfect lineup of top-notch musicians with friends and family.
In celebration of the "Blue" part of our planet, we gather offering community, music and art, high up in the Sierra Nevada at Cisco Grove Campground, just west of Truckee California. Providing one of the most beautiful settings to gather, listen, dance with friends and family to some of the greatest musical talents of today.
Beyond the great music acts at Guitarfish Music Festival, there is camping with friends and loved ones. Beyond the mid-summer warmth and starlit night skies you will find towering trees, river swimming, hiking, world-class mountain or road biking, family camp and kids area with activities. One can find great food, coffee, beer and wine to enjoy under the shade cloths in the day and light shows at night. Simply Magical.
We have organized this wonderful festival in order to raise awareness of overfishing and pollution of the ocean and to help preserve our fresh watersheds, rivers and streams.
To educate, preserve, give guidance and stewardship for our future and present safekeeping of our water and way of life.
To all who are willing to be involved, share this message, who have an idea, a name, a number, an agency or a friend to join in the effort. Let us share our knowledge and make a difference, gain a voice, so that we can be heard on a larger level and make some positive changes toward a sustainable and healthy future.
Providing a safe, fun environment for celebration and education. A music festival geared not strictly for profit, but to be directed for the good of the people and our planet. To help provide education and direction for positive change to sustain and maintain healthy watersheds, rivers, streams, lakes and oceans and to preserve all living beings that depend on it.
In a time when music has been transformed and genre lines are left behind like the seasons, Dead Winter Carpenters are producing an ever-evolving style of music. The time spent, both in the studio and criss-crossing the American countryside, has provided Dead Winter Carpenters with a ground-breaking sound that blends Americana roots-rock with a tinge of straightforward ‘tell-it-like-it-is’ Alt. Country that has an edge that is as hard-hitting as it is whimsical. While the roadsigns and towns pass by the windows on the highway of tour, DWCs are writing original material based on this musical journey which speaks magnitudes to these experiences.
As the band continues to evolve its definitive sound, one can’t help but feel the change of the alchemy brewing within Dead Winter Carpenters. Foot-stomping original tunes blended with the band’s onstage presence highlighted by the vocal melodies and five part harmonies, ferocious fluidity of the fiddle, deep pounding thump and thud of the upright bass, country ramblings of the telecaster and acoustic guitars, and the driving drums all meld together to create an experience that is sure leave you wanting more…
The five piece outfit is:
Jenni Charles -fiddler/vocalist
Dave Lockhart -upright bassist/vocalist
Jesse Dunn -rhythm guitarist/vocalist
Bryan Daines -lead guitarist/vocalist
Brian Huston -drummer/vocalist